Suffragette Emily Davison killed by horse at Epsom Derby. I am delighted to be able to offer this superb rare coin - part of a set Commemorating some of the biggest events of the 20th Century - available exclusively and only in limited quantities. Each coin depicts a different event with a newspaper (The Centurion) headline to the reverse. This high quality, solid metal coin features intricate detailing throughout with fully embossed designs to both sides. My photos really do not do the item justice - it is a beautiful shiny coin without any marks or imperfections. Any marks are caused by the photography lighting, reflections etc - mint condition. The lettering is sharp and clear but unfortunately the camera would not zoom in enough to show this. Finished in .999 fine silver. This coin is the exact shape, style and weight of a UK 50p and will sit perfectly with all the other rare collectable 50p coins such as kew gardens etc and will form a great part of a collection and look brilliant in an album. The last picture is for comparison and show the coin next to a standard circulated 50p coin. This is a rare item and is only available in limited quantities. It is a brand new coin for 2019 with only a scare few being available throughout the UK. This item is not legal tender and is sold purely as a commemorative. Very collectible - an excellent gift idea - perfect for anyone with an interest in coin collecting, the UK Coin Hunt etc.
SUFFRAGETTE EMILY DAVISON KILLED Silver Commemorative Coin 20TH CENTURY NEWS 'THE CENTURION' SERIES Albums/50p Coin Hunt Collectors Epsom Derby 1913 Votes for Women - B07QLZP2RC